No More Funny Business: 7 Ways to Keep Your Kids from Acting Up in Public

Photo by: Lamar Tyler
Give a Warning Before You Even Get Out of the Car
Yes, you have to set the stage before you go into the store with a warning. You pull into your parking spot, turn off the car, ... more 
Photo by: Lamar Tyler
Give a Warning Before You Even Get Out of the Car
Yes, you have to set the stage before you go into the store with a warning. You pull into your parking spot, turn off the car, and then turn around and look those kids square in the eyes. And then, you tell them: Don't ask for anything because you're not getting anything. Don't touch anything, no running, no loud talking, etc.
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Fri, Feb 22, 2013 2:58 PM EST
Earlier this month, some parents were outraged when they heard the news story about a store clerk who spanked a customer's kid. Apparently the kid had been running through the store, and after a confrontation with the clerk, threw a cookie at her. The clerk proceeded to take out a belt and spank the kid. And parents were upset; many of them said the clerk was wrong and that she had no right to spank another person's kid. But there were some parents who said that the kid deserved a spanking for his behavior and if that had been their child, they would have administered a spanking right then and there. Regardless of who was at fault, parents can take a few simple measures to prevent their kids from acting a fool in public! I've got some of them here. Click through for 7 ways to keep your kids from acting up in public! - By Ronnie Tyler



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